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A new report claims that usage of Hulu’s Live TV service is double that of YouTube TV, and well ahead of other competing services.
Spotify makes its way to the world's second-most-populous country with a heavily tailored experience.
In its mad rush to become an online services giant, Apple is compromising its brand and the reasons its fans love the company.
YouTube Music now works as a music provider on Android Auto.
A trusted source says that Apple is readying a 16-inch MacBook Pro, a more modular Mac Pro, a three-camera iPhone, and more for 2019.
OK, you’ve scanned in your old paper-based photos. Now what?
I knew I’d provide an update about my experience using a high-speed photo scanner. I just didn’t think it was going to be this successful.
Netflix brings its Smart Downloads feature to iOS following Android and Windows 10 launch.
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In a surprise development, music streaming giant Spotify posted its first-ever profit in the quarter ending December 31, 2018.
Spotify tests new and more unified interface for playback on iOS.
Apple Music subscribers will be able to stream music from the service for free over American Airlines in-flight Wi-Fi.
Striking ahead of Apple’s widely-expected video service, Roku has added premium subscriptions to its own Roku Channel service.
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Thanks to a reader suggestion, digitizing my mountain of paper-based photos suddenly seems a lot less daunting.
Like some of you, I have many paper-based photos that need to be digitized. It’s a daunting, thankless task.
It’s time for a quick smart home check in to see where we’re at and look ahead at what we’d like to accomplish in 2019.
Netflix announced today that it is raising the price of its streaming video service by 13 to 18 Percent in the United States.
Google this week confirmed that it has stopped manufacturing Chromecast Audio, its inexpensive audio streaming dongle. Why??
Amazon said this week that there are now well over 30 million active users of its Fire TV family of living room video streaming boxes.
Earlier this week, we learned that Apple’s iTunes and AirPlay services are coming to Samsung smart TVs. But it’s not just Samsung.
Hulu announced this week that it now has over 25 million active subscriptions in the US, a growth of 47 percent year-over-year.
Roku announced today that there are currently 27 million active accounts using its living room streaming devices and smart TVs.